Have you ever scrapbooked a sequence of photos? Or a group of photos all taken at the same time? Well, that's the chaos that is this page...
Last summer during orientation my co-workers a.k.a summer camp group leaders, all dressed as snow white and the seven dwarves. We're famous for photo shoots and this was no exception. My bff D got 40 shots on her camera card one after another of us being crazy. THIS is what camp is all about for me. These are the outtakes-the ones that didn't make the picture frame. But, they tell their own story too.
I kept it simple with a cardstock background and a few mist droplets. There's very little embelishment but I don't think it needs much! There's enough going on here don't you think? One thing I did to emphasize and break up the pics were mat a few of them and use pop dots to give them some dimension.
I added my title in the block to break up the picture collage, using a Kelly Purkey chevron stamp for a little background. I also added a little faux stitching as a little boarder.
An Amy Tangerine flower, a little camera stamp and a flag with 'Oh Snap' was enough to decorate this page. A little journaling along the top tells the very simple story-basically we're all a little nuts.
P.S: if you are looking for a closer look click on the layout photo and check out some of those poses. I'm in the orange. Don't judge.